- Boat Rentals
- Boat Slip Rentals
- Fishing tackle and bait
- General Store
- Gourmet Coffee Bar
- Laundry facilities
- Nature Walks
- Patio Boat Rentals
- Ping Pong
- Trinity Mercantile Gift Shop
Thank You Rocks!
When is a rock not just a rock? When it has a KOA logo on it... Find a colorfully painted rock around the campground and bring it to registration/store for a Free Popsicle! Just Trinity Lake KOA's way of saying "Thank You" to the kids of all ages that come and play at our KOA.
Good Ole Fashioned Hay Ride
Get your hoe down on and saddle up to a good old fashioned Hay Ride!
Mother's Day - Labor Day
KOA Campfire Time
When the sun goes down, campfire time begins. Gather around the fire pit and get acquainted with fellow campers. Campfire time promises all the classics: toasting marshmallows, eating s'mores, belting out camp tunes during sing-a-longs. We've even been known to swap a scary story or two!
Bingo on Wednesday and Saturday nights during the summer
Mother's Day - Labor Day
Youth, Teens and Adult Activities
Youth arts and crafts programs using natural products, scavenger hunts, nature interpretive walks, in search of Bigfoot night adventure walk, bingo, face painting, tie die, special entertainers, themed weeks with themed events, special holiday bar-B-ques and guest speakers
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Searchin' for Sasquatch
Twice a week we send out a search party to find the elusive Big Foot. Legend tells us that "It" calls the Trinity Alps its home. Kids of all ages are invited to join the team for a short hike and to bring back the latest report.
Current sightings as of 7/8/13:
- Foot Prints: Latest GPS coordinates: 40.991382, -122.702383
- Scat: Found at the KOA Marina 7/1/13.
- Sightings but no photos: (Unconfirmed) In the Pool at 10:15pm, 7/6/13 (Someone needs to tell him that the pool closes at dusk)
See current Fun Finder for the next scheduled Hike
Meet Your Hosts
"Looking forward to summer in the mountains!"There are times in life when things seem meant to be and simply fall into place and that is what happened for Verona Rojas. After working for municipalities and school districts for many years, she was looking for a new adventure. She’d been cloistered inside offices for years and, in addition, had been caring for a family member. Verona felt the need to explore and wanted to find work that provided not only a variety of challenges but some of the ordinary experiences as well.
As fate would have it, she and her husband started roaming around the country and checked-in at the Reno Boomtown KOA for a few days. She heard about the work kamper program and decided to stick around for a while. She was hired as a housekeeper, then moved to desk clerk, and then to a bookkeeping/assistant manager position. Each job gave her the opportunity to view the camping lifestyle and RV park business through new lenses.
Next, Verona moved to Texas to become the assistant manager at Dallas/Arlington KOA, working into the General Manager role. Currently Verona is excited to take on a new campground -- Trinity Lake KOA. She can say with certainty that her experience working at a variety of positions as a KOA team member has been wonderful and fulfilling. Friendships have developed and are nourished through mutual lifestyles and experiences. Each day new people walk into her life as daily visitors, long-term guests or staff members. In fact, each and every day is unique unto itself with new people, new situations and new opportunities. No day is ever like the previous!